Community Organizing for Social Change (One-day Workshop) (COS101-SP)
COS 101 is a skills-based workshop focusing on knowledge and skills that can be use by anyone to get people involved in their communities and bring about social change. After a review of the background and history of community organizing, we will engage in group work using the the methods, and skills for issue, network, coalition, and plan development. COS 101 is done in a workshop format and is open to everyone wanting to get involved in local community development programs or international development work.
There will be short breaks in the afternoon and half an hour break for lunch.
Sarajean Rossitto is a Tokyo-based nonprofit NGO consultant focusing on NGO skills development training, nonprofit project development, and social issue publication development. She spent 4 years coordinating bilateral exchange of nonprofit professionals between the US and Japan for Japan-US Community Exchange (JUCEE). Sarajean also worked for 6 years with the Tokyo YMCA. She holds an undergraduate degree in sociology and a Master's in International Affairs with a Focus on human rights in East Asia from Columbia University.
See her interview here.
This course applies to the following certificate(s):
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